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Renee's Brain

RENEE’S BRAIN is an inspiring documentary that follows New Zealand’s most severe sufferer of Tourette Syndrome, 25-year-old Renee Harvey, as she embarks on a surgical journey that could save her life, yet may also take her life. 

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Uncharted With Sam Neill

250 years after Captain James Cook began his epic exploration of the Pacific, Sam Neill journeys in his wake uncovering stories that resonate from those times from both sides of the beach.

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Living With Tourette's

Tourette’s Syndrome is an incurable disorder causing uncontrollable verbal outbursts and physical tics. These can make it impossible for sufferers to work, make friends, or even go to the shops.

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Life After Footy: Legends Of The Pacific

What is an ordinary life, after the heights of glory in a country that holds its sports heroes above all else?

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All In the Mind

An informative and entertaining documentary, Prime Presents: All In The Mind takes Kiwi brain development specialist Nathan Wallis on a journey to present compelling science about a very big life question: is a man’s grey matter the same as a woman’s?

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Why Are We Fat?

Presented by Chef Simon Gault, this three-part documentary series examines the science behind obesity and the looming health crisis. Simon talks to experts from around the world and becomes a human guinea-pig in an attempt to improve his own health.

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Decades In Colour

Presented by Judy Bailey, the most iconic of New Zealanders, this new season of Decades In Colour travels all the way from the war-torn 1940s to the tumultuous 1980s, discovering stories about HOME, WORK and PLAY, from the inside out.

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